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QUALITY Street fans are going wild over a discontinued fan favourite returning after more than 20 years.
Nestle has confirmed the iconic coffee creme flavour is making a welcome comeback in the run up to Christmas.
Fans won't find the choc in the usual Quality Street tubs but inside festive crackers and advent calendars at Waitrose and John Lewis from September 20.
Meanwhile, shoppers will be able to add the coffee creme flavour to pick 'n' mix tins, available at selected John Lewis branches.
The return of the iconic flavour as a limited edition has fans in raptures, but plenty are calling for it to make a permanent comeback.
One said: "Finally! Hope they're here to stay not just for Christmas?"
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A second said: "Should be back permanently.
Meanwhile, a third added: "Needs to come back permanently.
"Coffee creme was my favourite as a child and my whole family would fight over them."
The Quality Street coffee creme cracker will be on sale for £6 while the advent calendar is retailing at £10.
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Customers will also be able to pay a bit extra to "fill your own" advent calendar for £14, at John Lewis stores.
Shoppers will be able to add the coffee creme flavour to their own unique tins at selected John Lewis stores as well.
The retailer is bringing back its pick 'n' mix stands, with its flagship store in Oxford Street, London, launching its station on September 27.
A number of other stores will be unveiling stations throughout October including in Bristol, London, Liverpool, Leeds and Nottingham.
Shoppers can add 12 different flavours to the tins, including coffee creme and the green triangle, for a set price.
Customers can fill one up for £15 or refill an old John Lewis Quality Street tin for £12.50.
You can personalise one too, adding your name on the lid, or someone else's if it's a gift – that'll cost you £17.
Here is the full list of 19 stores where pick 'n' mix stands will be:
- Cribbs, Bristol
- Oxford Street, London
- Milton Keynes
- Peter Jones, Sloane Square, London
- Brent Cross
- Westfield WhiteCity, London
John Lewis brought back its pick 'n' mix stands last Christmas to customer fanfare.
One person said: "Omg!!! I want this just with orange," while another said: "A box of green triangles please."
A third simply added: "Oh my goodness."
It comes after Nestle launched a new chocolate bar combining two iconic Quality Street flavours – the purple one and green triangle.
Shoppers were left brimming with excitement after the announcement in August.
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One person said: "These sound amazing," while another added: "My two favourite ones in the same bar."
While another commented: "Oh my gosh life goals in one bar."
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